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password is stored in your CMOs which is powered by a very small
battery on the motherboard. Theres only 3 ways to remove that
Send it to the manufacture to have them remove it as the following two step call for you voiding your warranty.
Open up the laptop by removing the 15-20 screws off the bottom of the unit, then find this small watch like battery and remove it, keep it removed for about 10 seconds then place it back in the unit.
If the battery cannot be found then it would be best to contact someone who is familiar with motherboard jumper settings or if neither of the previous answers I gave work for you then re-post asking for the specifics of your make and models motherboard jumper settings...
Posted on May 21, 2011
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